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by Robin Maugham

  • ISBN: 0582105072
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  • Author: Robin Maugham
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Press
  • FB2 size: 1669 kb
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From this came his book The Slaves of Timbuktu (Longmans 1961).

From this came his book The Slaves of Timbuktu (Longmans 1961). He wrote over thirty books including novels, travel books, plays, and biographical works such as Somerset and all the Maughams (Heinemann 1966).

Published by HARPER & BROS. Whether it can be entirely stamped out depends, as the author of this exciting and provocative book shows, partly on education and partly on economic. Haunted by a friend's report of seeing young children in fetters on their way to a slave market, Robin Maugham determined to investigate for himself. Some shelf wear to unclipped jacket. Previous owner's inscription to ffep slight browning to pages, otherwise the book is in very good condition.

The slaves of Timbuctoo book. A diary of two men travelling to Timbuctoo to find out if slavery.

Robin Maugham was born in the middle of the Great War. He was christened Robert Cecil Romer Maugham. 1961 - (Longmans Green & Co) Travel Book, THE SLAVES OF TIMBUKTU, ‘An impassioned and important free lance crusade for human rights. He was the only son of Frederic Herbert Maugham (whose grandfather Robert had co-founded the English Law Society).

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This book really shows how advanced Africans outside of the Egyptians were when it came to Science and Mathematics . This is book builds on Volume one. If you want to learn about Timbuktu and the scientific achievements of West Africa, this is a great source.

This book really shows how advanced Africans outside of the Egyptians were when it came to Science and Mathematics and how their contribution is neglected. Also I am now CERTAIN that there is a 65% chance Malians visited the Americas before Columbus. We just don't have the very juicy evidence yet but this book shows(and with sources) that there is at least an argument for this theory. Walker also provides excellent bibliographies in all his work. This is a very well-written book full of great information most of the world needs to know.

The slaves of Timbuktu. Published 1961 by Longmans in . Written in English. 234 p. Number of pages.

Robert Cecil Romer Maugham, the British author who wrote under the name Robin Maugham, died yesterday after a. .

Robert Cecil Romer Maugham, the British author who wrote under the name Robin Maugham, died yesterday after a long illness in Brighton, England. He was 64 years old. Viscount Maugham of Hartfield was the nephew of the novelist and short-story writer Somerset Maugham, and the oldest son of the first Viscount Maugham, a former Lord High Chancellor. His 1948 novel, ''The Servant,'' was dramatized in 1963 and filmed in 1965, with Dirk Bogarde in the title role. His plays included ''The Last Hero,'' ''The Claimant'' and ''The Lonesome Road.



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